Taiji (pronounced as “tie-jee”) is an excellent system of exercise characterized by spiraling, supple, little movements, but it is much more than just a mild exercise. Taiji can also be used as an effective martial art, moving meditation, a way by which blood, nerve, and lymph blockages can be reduced, as well as reducing needles tensions, thus improving health; a way to develop good balance and power, clearer thinking, smooth and more effective actions, and is even able to make one better... Topics: Taiji Demystified, Thomas Lupich, Taiji Principles, Taiji, Martial Arts, Qigong, Qi, Taoism,...
byAcademia Mestre Gomes Neto Martial Arts Self Defense
Tai Chi, a soft martial arts style that has a strong Chinese roots, can be defined in many ways. The Mandarin term tai chi chuan means great extremes boxing, boundless fist, supreme ultimate fist or the ultimate. The origin of this martial arts is still not well-established, just like the other Chinese martial arts like Kung Fu. This may be due to the rich and long background of related matters at this region. The main goal of tai chi is to teach you how to deal with stress by relaxing your... Topics: kung fu, wushu, shaolin, martial arts, tai chi chuan, taijiquan, sword, blade, agkf, mestre gomes...